Eager to win their first or next big supply opportunity, SMMEs often fail to notice the fixed-term nature of their contract with a buying organisation. They also might not be aware of how critically important it is to take time to understand their buyer’s requirements and makeup.
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Changing Lives Sustainably Through Skills Development 18 January 2019
Emirates Lions Sign New Sponsor 10 December 2018
Lions Rugby Company (Pty) Ltd is proud to announce the signing of a three-year contract with The Skills Development Corporation (SDC) They are an accredited learning institution specialising in Training and Learnership initiatives focused on the B-BBEE codes of good
South Africa’s Business Champions Announced 26 November 2018
Celebrating the Best of SA Ambition The 2018 National Business Awards, a showpiece event in the South African business calendar, announced the champions of the South African economy at a glittering gala ceremony in Johannesburg on Thursday 15 November 2018.
What Is The Synergy Between Enterprise Development, Supplier Development And Preferential Procurement 13 September 2018
Being one of the five elements on the revised B-BBEE scorecard, Enterprise and Supplier Development can sometimes be deceptive as the element does not consist of only two sub-elements, but in fact three sub-elements. The sub-elements for Enterprise and
Afrika Tikkun Hosts It’s First ICT Academy 4 September 2018
The ICT Academy is vital if youth are to be employable in the fourth industrial revolution Afrika Tikkun hosted its first Information Communication Technology (ICT) Academy launch in partnership with Think Tank under the theme ‘let’s tackle the ICT skills
SA truly is a land of opportunity The future of business in SA and the incentives being born daily to strengthen our citizens and economic system are coming to fruition. SA is said to be one of twenty-five developing countries
How South Africa Tourism is Transforming for Diversity 7 August 2018
South Africa’s travel industry has made some incredible strides this past decade in response to the B-BBEE Act of 2003 A study conducted by Grant Thornton and commissioned by the Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) aimed to reveal
Companies can use learnerships not only for talent development and management but also to boost their B-BEE levels SAB has committed to empowering youth through learnerships that use training and development programmes in the workplace to upskill and engage diligent students.